Originally Posted by chiefzilla1501
Wow, I can't even imagine the horrible implications of roads competing against each other. Or businesses somehow deciding what infrastructure is in the best public interest for the city versus what will benefit the public at large. Or that we should trust corporations and businesses to invest in this planning. Or that we should allow corporations with bigger pockets even MORE competitive advantage over small businesses because they can essentially control what roads and transportation lead to their business or even destruct roads that lead to a competitor.
Then you have a big gap in knowledge on economic history. Private roads did benefit the public at large. Read How Capitalism Saved America.
It will fill in those gaps.
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